George Gund Professor of Finance and Banking
Robin Greenwood is the George Gund Professor of Finance and Banking. His research investigates market inefficiency at the macro-level, with a special emphasis on debt markets. Professor Greenwood received a Ph.D. from Harvard in Economics, and B.S. degrees in Economics and Mathematics at MIT. He has taught in both years of the MBA finance curriculum and various Executive Education Programs, and is the chair of the Finance for Senior Executives Program. Since Spring 2009, he has been teaching Behavioral and Value Investing, a second year elective. He is a Faculty Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research and an associate editor at the Review of Financial Studies.
Behavioral Finance and Value Investing
I teach a case-based MBA-level course on Behavioral Finance and Value Investing. The course was last offered in the spring of 2009 and will be offered spring 2010.
If you are an instructor, please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call me for a syllabus and cases and teaching notes.
The course is organized around the following short modules, with a few cases in each module:
 Introduction (Stock Price Manipulation; Closed End Fund Discounts)
 Investor Psychology
 Limits of Arbitrage (The Perfect Arbitrage Ideal; Imperfect Substitutes; Limited Capital; Short-sales Constraints)
 The Corporate Response
 Quantitative Investment Management
 Special Situations and Value Investing